How To Dress Your Age (At Any Age)
Whether you’re starting out in style or already a seasoned pro, as every man gets older his wardrobe demands change accordingly. Unsure if you can still get away with wearing joggers or skinny jeans? Scratching your head over what color suit to invest in for your first interview? We’ve got the guide that you need, whether you’re in your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s or beyond. We’ve rounded up the best-dressed British men who you should be copying in your age bracket, including Tinie Tempah, David Gandy, and David Beckham.
Well-Dressed British Men In Their 20s:
In your 20s, you will probably be in the best shape of your life and trim enough that you can wear pretty much anything you want, as you go through a massive transformation and start establishing your career. This is the time to invest in important go-to pieces that will form the foundation of your wardrobe for many years to come, and make you feel great every time you slip them on. In short, this is the first decade of the rest of your life – so make sure you start it in style.
Kit Harington, 28
Tinie Tempah, 26
Douglas Booth, 23
Robert Pattinson, 29
Oliver Cheshire, 27
Well-Dressed British Men In Their 30s:
Use your 30s to invest in the occasional item you use all the time that’s going to last you – and look damn good doing it. In short, it’s time to grow up – just a little bit.
David Gandy, 35
Benedict Cumberbatch, 39
Chiwetel Ejiofor, 38
Nick Grimshaw, 31
Eddie Redmayne, 33
Well-Dressed British Men In Their 40s:
The key to dressing in your 40s is to favour “style” over “fashion”, which are a fundamental differences when it comes to clothing. What’s important this decade is to to pay real attention to fit. Make sure you really invest in the details. As your style settles down and you find yourself wearing more of a uniform both causally and professionally, it’s your accessories that will really add personality. This new decade is all about celebrating success – and what better place to start than with your wardrobe?
Idris Elba, 42
Daniel Craig, 47
Patrick Grant, 43
Jude Law, 42
David Beckham, 40
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Originally posted on January 8, 2016 @ 5:13 PM